The Guildhall is an 18th-century municipal building that takes pride of place in the Salisbury Market Place. It is a Grade II listed building and is the meeting place of the Salisbury City Council.
The building was designed by Sir Robert Taylor and William Pilkington and completed in 1795. A grand jury room was added in 1829.
Today it is a popular performance and event venue offering both historic charm coupled with modern venue facilities.
There are functions rooms of varying sizes, and is great for both large events and more intimate occasions, like weddings, conferences, meetings or workshops.
It is available to hire all year round from 8am to midnight every day.